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Digital Divide Facing Virginia's Students

Research finds students in rural and urban areas challenged by lack of broadband and computers.

The State Council on Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) today released a new analysis on the digital divide — the disparate access, affordability and use of high-speed internet and computers — facing students in Virginia. Read the News Release >>

Some colleges delay in-person classes

Many Virginia colleges and universities have decided to or are comtemplating delayed reopenings resulting from rising coronavirus cases. Read more >>

SCHEV Report: Public colleges and universities hold down tuition and fees in 2020-21

Tuition and mandatory fees for academic year 2020-21 at Virginia’s public higher education institutions remain largely unchanged from last year for the majority of in-state undergraduate students as a result of institutions’ boards being more sensitive to the economic status of students and parents resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, according to the annual Tuition & Fees Report from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV). Read the release >>


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